Tim Cook will meet with President Trump later today

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The private meeting today follows President Trump's first state dinner last night, which Tim Cook and Apple's environmental head Lisa Jackson also attended, reports Bloomberg.

The White House on Monday made a point of stressing that the first lady, 47, was involved in every detail of the dinner honoring French President Emmanuel Macron and his wife, Brigitte Macron, according to Trump spokeswoman Sanders at her Monday press briefing.

Cook, who attended Trump's first state dinner at the White House on Tuesday night, has publicly objected to the president's decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA, and criticized the USA president's comments after last year's violence in Charlottesville, Virginia.

A complex relationshipCook's relationship with Trump has been somewhat contentious, with plenty of ups and downs.

Cook might be anxious specifically about the brewing U.S.

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The administration has tried to downplay fears of a trade war between the world's two largest economies.

Trump announced about US$50 billion (S$65 billion) in planned tariffs on certain Chinese imports, China retaliated with proposed tariffs on some American goods and Trump responded that the United States could counter with US$100 billion in additional levies. On Tuesday, Trump said there was "a very good chance" the two countries could reach a deal as a U.S. delegation prepared to head to China in a few days. Besides Cook, other industry titans including Rupert Murdoch were at the event.

Trade hasn't been the only point of contention the Apple CEO has had with the Trump administration.

China is a key market for Apple as it is for many other companies. The Apple CEO has publicly disagreed with the president's stance on issues such as immigration, climate change and more.

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